DbVisualizer 9.0.7

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  • Version: 9.0.7
  • File size: 28.9 KB
  • File name: dbvis_macos_9_0_7.dmg
  • Last update:
  • Platform: Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later
  • License: Demo
  • Price:$ 179.00
  • Company: Minq Software AB (View more)

DbVisualizer 9.0.7 Download Publisher Review:




Whats new in version 9.0.7:
Enhancement:
• DB Support: DB2 LUW - Include index partition info in the Indexes tab for DB2 LUW 9.7 or later
• DB Support: Oracle - Add ELSIF as a keyword for highlighting in the editor
• Database Objects Tree - Show any border icon for each database connection in the
• Connections overview
• Grid Component - Introduce "Hide Column" in the grid column header right-click menu
• Java - Pre-support (unofficial) for Java 8 (preview versions) in DbVisualizer on Windows and Linux
• SQL Commander - Add "Select in Databases Tab" action in the SQL Commander tab right-click menu (will locate the current database connection)
• SQL Editor - The caret should not blink when typing or pressing control keys to move it

Bug:
• DB Support: Oracle - The error position information in the Trigger Editor is off; it should be interpreted as relative to the start of the PL/SQL block
• DB Support: Oracle - The Session->Plan Data is empty if the child number for the SQL Statement > 0



Publisher review:
DbVisualizer is an intuitive, cross-platform and feature-rich multi-database application useful for database administrators and developers to help them maintain their databases with ease.

Although its name is DbVisualizer, this utility was not designed only for browsing databases.

DbVisualizer will allow developers to use simultaneous connections to many different databases through JDBC drivers.

To use it, all you have to do is to point and click to browse the structure of the database, characteristics of tables, etc. Arbitrary SQL statements may also be executed and saved between sessions.

DbVisualizer comes with support for various databases including Oracle, PostgreSQL, Cloudscape, Sybase, DB2, MySQL, Informix, SQL Server, McKoi, Mimer, SAP DB, and InstantDB.

Requirements:
  • JDBC 3.0 compliant drivers
  • Java 1.5 or later
  • 10-30 MB disk space depending on installation package
  • A minimum of 256 MB RAM


Operating system:
Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later

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